About 7-Day Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Most of the trekkers dream of trekking to the Annapurna Base Camp. It is one of the most wonderful places you can trek to.
The Annapurna Base Camp trek offers the natural and cultural beauties of Nepal. It is known for attracting many travelers from all over the world. Starting with natural beauty, the ranges of the Himalayas have wonderful views.
The distance to the Annapurna Base Camp from Kathmandu is 170 km. Our 7-day Annapurna Base Camp takes you to the Annapurna base in a short time. This is a trek for those trekkers who are looking for hiking to Annapurna base camp but have time limits to join longer itineraries.
Furthermore, this trek that starts from Siwai / Kimche. Although this trek includes uneven tracks, anyone without trekking practices can complete it. The trek difficulty is only moderate. So. get ready with your gears and take your steps.
You will also pass through Machhapuchhre Base Camp. This means you will walk into two amazing base camps in a single trek. Sounds adventurous, right?
There are natural hot springs in Jhinu Danda which is a must to try. These will relax all your muscles and all your pain will vanish. What better way to enjoy than getting relaxed?
Annapurna Base Camp is totally safe even if you're not a professional trekker. Although you'll need a few precautions, make sure you pack all the essentials and stick with you. Take breaks if need to and do not force yourself. Giving and taking help is another beauty in traveling.
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Things to know Before Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp
You should check the weather before going on any adventure. And it's vital if you're doing the shorter 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek, because the weather plays a major role in making a trek difficult or easy. So, you should also look for the best time for ABC Trek.
In that case, there are two seasons in Nepal that are known as the best for trekking: autumn and spring. Whatever route you take, these two seasons will undoubtedly sure to work for you. On the other hand, trekking in Nepal is a bit challenging during the winter (mainly January and February) and the monsoon season (June and July).